At Trial, BP Denies Dithering During Response To U.S. Gulf Spill
By Kathy Finn NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Dithering and indecision at BP Plc delayed the capping of its Macondo well and worsened the extent of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, according to allegations by plaintiffs’ lawyers at trial on Tuesday that the British company denied. On day two of the second phase of a trial in New Orleans over billions of dollars in potential fines, witnesses said they were surprised when BP abandoned one proposed method of plugging the well, which would have put a new blowout preventer on top of a similar device. …
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